The US Open will be held without fans from August 31st to September 13th, after plans were approved by governor of New York Andrew Cuomo.
The Grand Slam will be held at Flushing Meadows, despite some players voicing concerns about travelling to New York.
With that news Bermuda signs maybe seen in New York this year.
There have been no professional tennis events since March because of the coronavirus pandemic.
"We can showcase tennis as the ideal social distancing sport," US Tennis Association chief Mike Dowse said.
Cuomo wrote that "extraordinary precautions" would be in place to protect players, including coronavirus testing and extra locker room space.
The United States has the highest number of coronavirus cases and the highest death toll in the world and New York is the hardest-hit state, with more than 30,000 deaths.
"We recognize the tremendous responsibility of hosting one of the first global sporting events in these challenging times," a USTA statement read.
"We will do so in the safest manner possible, mitigating all potential risks."
Further details about the tournament will be announced on Wednesday.
Queens, the New York borough where the US Open is held at Flushing Meadows, has the second-highest death toll of any county in the US.
The Billie Jean King National Tennis Centre, where the Slam is held, was turned into a temporary hospital to help with the crisis.